Educational Television Pontillas, Cindy C. BSEd II-A
Educational Television An often closed-circuit video system that providesinstructional material. A television is an electronic device that projectsmoving pictures onto a cathode screen. is a telecommunication system for broadcasting andreceiving moving pictures and sound over a distance.What is TV for Learning? TV for Learning provides a variety on resources that aremeant to facilitate the use of UNC-TVs broadcast programs inthe classroom and home to enhance the learning experience. This section provides online resource information that starts with preschool and ends with adult learners.
Public television Noncommercial television that provides programs, especially of an educational nature, for the public. Also called educational television.Educational Television An often closed-circuit video system that provides instructional material.
• Advantages: - It will keep the watchers attention better than a book, etc. - TV tends to be more fun than books, newspapers, or other sources of information. -It can bring many events into the classroom at the moment they are happening. -Television is accessible -Bring models of excellence to the viewer -Its instructive and enjoyable - Students developed their ability to visualize and to be creative and imaginative -the greatest source of information easily available just at a click of a button. This opens up the analytical mind of the children whereas stimulates the same in older ones. The news channels gives you latest updates with enormous clarity. -gives you enough exposure which you may not get otherwise. For kids, lots of channels provide good learning tools to know every walk of life. Even for elders, lots of scenarios with various alternatives can be experienced, which may change your perception.
Disadvantage• We cannot select program that is appropriate to learners• Television set is expensive• Television violence on peoples.’ aggressive behavior /students tend to become passive• Scheduling of classes• Individual differences cannot be checked• If it misuse or abuse it has far reaching damaging effects in the development of children/student imaginative and thinking powers and sensibility to human life• The Television watching may restrict children as well as others from indulging in outdoor physical activities which are a must for healthy life• During the television time the students do not pay any attention to their studies which will affect their educational career.
• Educational television is the use of television programs in the field of education. It may be in the form of individual programs or a dedicated television channel.• Many childrens television series are educational, ranging from dedicated learning programs to those that indirectly teach the viewers. Some series are written to have a specific moral behind every episode, often explained at the end by the character that learned the lesson.• There are also educational programs for an older audience; many of these are distance learning or "telecourse" services that can be taken for college credit. Examples of these include Open University programs on BBC television.• Examples• Discovery Channel• History Channel• Public Broadcasting Service• Channel One News
AIMS Makes the teaching-learning process moreconcrete, lively, colorful and interactive. Effect-effects of media violence-causing negative effects on reading skills and someclaim that too much television use makes childrenstupid.-radiation from the screen may affect the brain oreyes.-radiation from the screen may affect the brain oreyes.
Guidelines -the student should not be seated too near nor too far from the televisionPre-viewing Activities -set goals and expectations -link the lesson with past lesson/or with your students experienceViewing -don’t interrupt viewing by inserting cautions and announces you forgot to give -make sure the sights and sounds are clear